MEXICO CITY - The Mexican bank Banamex said it completed a seven-year private placement of dollar denominated credit card receivables that will provide net proceeds of $375 million.

The issue is the largest credit card securitization by a Mexican company since the country reentered the international capital markets in the late 1980s, said Roberto Mendoza, vice chairman of the board of J.P. Morgan & Co.

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